Corn and beans can grow together happily, with the beans using the
cornstalks for support. Squash, however, requires a lot of room and a
lot of sun, and is better off away from the shade of a cornpatch.
I tried it and won't do it again. The squash will grow rampantly under
the corn and it's impossible to harvest the corn without having to step
on the squash vines. Production of the squash wasn't too great either.
Getting into the corn patch to pick beans was a hassle also. This year
each will have it's own separate growing area. I like to hill up the
corn due to high wind problems here and it's nye impossible with squash
and beans inter planted with the corn.
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